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March of an army on a plain, the commander in chief in front, his aides behind him, a trumpeter on horseback at right, a plain with various figures and horses in the background, from 'Varie figure'

Thomas Jefferson, August 25, 1779, Pass for Aides de Camp

[General Charles Griffin, full-length portrait, seated, with three aides standing behind him]

General Belknap and aides

Staff Officers and Aides, 1885

Manila, Philippine Islands: Gneral Chaffee and his aides

Caranza of Mexico & aides

Mexico, Gov. Manuel Chas. & his aides on veranda of Terrazas home

Hoover & aides

Hoover & aides

Hoover & aides

Caranza of Mexico & aides

Mexico, Gov. Manuel Chao & his aides on veranda & Terrazas house

Hoover & aides

Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy with American and British Naval aides in the grounds of the Admiralty House. Right to left:- Lieut. Comdr. Daniels; Lieut. Comdr. Babcock; Admiral W.S. Sims, U.S.N.; Lieut. Comdr. Orlebar, British Navy

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. LADIES WHO WERE AIDES AT THE CONGRESS. SEATED FRONT: MISS ARIVERO OF CUBA; MISS MAUD SCRUGGS, U.S.; MISS MORALES, PANAMA; MRS. T.C. DAWSON, U.S.; MADAME MANSANTO, VENEZUELA; MISS Y. CORTINA, CUBA. STANDING REAR: MRS. R.H. VERFELD, MANILA; MRS. E.M. AMORES, CUBA,; MRS. C.L. G.

American Red Cross - Groups - Major Perkins (Left), American Red Cross Commissioner for Europe, Colonel Gibson (center) American Red Cross Commissioner for France, and one of Col. Gibson's aides at the door of a village church at the front where the American Red Cross serves hot drinks to the wounded soldiers as they lie on the straw waiting to be taken to the hospital

GREECE: OFFICIALS, VISITORS, ETC. AIDES WITH GEORGE ROUSSOS, MINISTER TO U.S.

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Red Cross volunteer workers, learning Braille. These young ladies are giving valuable assistance to instructing staff at Military School and are becoming practically teachers' aides

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General Hutcheson, aides, John Zeldam and parents, D.S.C. ceremony, Camp Custer, Michigan, February 24, 1919

American Red Cross - War Work - Efficient Corps of Motor Aides keep St. Paul's 200 Red Cross workrooms in close contact with supply headquarters

Harding aides

Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge with the W.H.[i.e., White House] military and naval aides, posed on the W.H. lawn just before the garden party to the wounded veterans. At Mrs. C's right: Col. C.O. Sherrill and at the Pres.'s left, Capt. Adolphus Andrews

President and Mrs. Coolidge and their aides

Capts. C.T. Brooks & L.W. Burnham, Marine aides to President, [1/12/25]

Pres. & Mrs. Coolidge with aides

Gen. Pershing and aides leaving for South America, [7/17/25]

Mitchell, his wife, and aides being photographed before going into the Morrow Aviation Board, Sept. 29, 1925

Pres. & Mrs. Coolidge with aides

Lts. R.A. Ofstie & Thos. P. Jeter, Naval Aides to President

Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge with the military and Naval White House aides of the New Year's Reception. Right back of Pres. is Col. Sherwood Cheney, Chief Military Aide; Commander Wilson Brown, Chief Naval Aide is behind Mrs. Coolidge

Pres. and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge with their naval and military aides

[President and Mrs. Coolidge with military aides, just after they assisted in a New Year reception, posed outside the White House]

National Cathedral. Lady aides at National Cathedral I

National Cathedral. Lady aides at National Cathedral II

White House Aides with Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at White House, 1/1/31

White House Aides with Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at White House, 1/1/31

White House Aides with Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at White House, 1/1/31

Presidential group at reception. The president and Mrs. Hoover photographed with the White House secretaries and military and naval aides, at the New Years reception. In the center of the group, left to right: Secretaries Lawrence Richey and George Akerson, President and Mrs. Hoover and Walter Newton

White House Aides with Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at White House, 1/1/31

White House Aides with Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at White House, 1/1/31

HONORS UNKNOWN DEAD. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, IN HIS FIRST ARMISTICE DAY OBSERVANCE IN THE WHITE HOUSE, PLACES A WREATH UPON THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER IN ARLINGTON CEMETERY. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE STANDS BETWEEN TWO WHITE HOUSE AIDES AS TAPS ARE SOUNDED. THE TWO MEN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTLY BEHIND THE PRESIDENT ARE SECRETARY OF WAR DERN, LEFT, AND SECRETARY OF NAVY SWANSON

FIRST LADY ATTENDS SERVICES FOR DEAD KING. MRS. ROOSEVELT ATTENDED THE SERVICES HELD IN THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL AT WASHINGTON IN HONOR OF KING ALEXANDER OF JUGO-SLAVIA, MURDERED MONARCH WHO WAS BURIED IN BELGRADE TODAY. MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS ACCOMPANIED BY WHITE HOUSE AIDES, COL. EDWIN M. WATSON, U.S.A., LEFT, AND CAPT. WILSON BROWN, U.S.N.

Administrator Tugwell with captain of ship, two of his aides, Mr. Richards and Mr. McManns, and a representative of the Scripps-Howard press, Mr. Brown

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell (in white), with his aides John O. Walker, John L. Lansill, and Frank Schmidt, inspects progress made at Greenbelt, Maryland, one of the three model communities which the RA (Resettlement Administration) is building to demonstrate that good homes in lovely surroundings can be within reach of city families with only moderate incomes

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell with his aides at the Greenbelt project, Maryland

Hitch in peace meeting netween C.I.O. and A.F. of L. Washington, D.C. Oct. 14. The contemplated peace meeting between the Committe on Industrial Organization and the American Federation of Labor hit a snag today as John L. Lewis, chairman of the C.I.O., announced that he refuses to consider any peace negotiations with the A.F. of L. until the attitude of the federation on revoking suspension of the 10 Committee for Industrial Organization unions is clarified. The decision was reached after a conference between Lewis and his CIO aides with whom he is shown in this photograph. Charles Howard, (left) of the International Typographical Union; and Max Saritsky, President of the United Hatters and Millinery Workers

CHIEF EXECUTIVE ARRIVES AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 12. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LED THE NATION TODAY IN PAYING HOMAGE TO THE MEMORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN WHEN HE ATTENDED APPROPRIATE CEREMONIES AT THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL.THE PRESIDENT IS SHOWN AS HE ARRIVED AT THE MEMORIAL WITH HIS SON JAMES HIS NAVAL AND MILITARY AIDES, COL. E. M. WATSON AND CAPT. PAUL BASTEDO

PRESIDENT PAYS TRIBUTE TO UNKNOWN SOLDIER. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY LEAD THE NATION IN OBSERVING ARMISTICE DAY WHEN HE PLACED A WREATH ON THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER IN ARLINGTON. FLANKED BY HIS MILITARY AND NAVAL AIDES CAPT. WALTER B. WOODSON AND COLE. D. WATSON, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT STOOD IN SILENCE AFTER THE TRIBUTE WAS PAID. IN THE REAR CAN BE SEEN SECRETARY OF WAR WOODRING, ASST. SECRETARY OF NAVY EDISON, ASST. SECRETARY OF WAR JOHNSON, AND U.S. CHIEF OF STAFF MALIN CRAIG

President organizes $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. Washington, D.C., April 11. President Roosevelt met with his Relief and Congressional Aides today to the personal command of a new administration fight to check business recession with a $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. The president subordinated all other White House business to efforts to hammer his lending and spending program into shape as a major New Deal offensive against recession and unemployment, left to right: Director of the Budget Daniel Bell, Sen. James F. Byrnes, SC. Sen. Carter Glass of Va., Majority Leader of the House Sen. Sam Rayburn of Tex., Sen Kenneth McKeller of Tenn., Sec. of Treasury Henry Morenthau, and in the rear, Rep. Edward Johnson, of Colo., April 11, 1938

President and aides arrive at Arlington for Armistice Day ceremonies. Washington, D.C., Nov. 11. Seated with Assistant Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring, center and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison, President Roosevelt arrives at Arlington National Cemetery for Armistice Day ceremonies today. In the front seat are the White House naval and military aides: Capt. Daniel J. Callaghan and Col. E.M. Watson, 11-11-38

PRESIDENT PAYS HOMAGE TO AMERICA'S UNKNOWN SOLDIER ON ARMISTICE DAY. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 11. HEAD UNCOVERED, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT STANDS IN SILENT PRAYER AFTER PLACING A WREATH ON THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER TO LEAD THE NATION IN OBSERVING ARMISTICE DAY. WITH THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE ARE HIS NAVAL AND MILITARY AIDES CAPT. DANIEL J. CALLAGHAN, LEFT, AND COL. EDWIN M. WATSON

After 1946 U.S. under no obligation to defend Philippines, Senate Committee told. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. When independence is granted the Philippines in 1946 the United States will be absolved from defending the islands from foreign aggression, general Charles Burnett, Chief of the War Department Bureau of Insular Affairs, told the Senate Territories and Insular Affairs Committee today. As Philippine Vice President Sergio Osmena, right, and his two aides, Benito Razon and Camilo Osias listen intently Gen. Burnett stated "the policy of the War Department is to get out of the Philippines after independence," 2-21-39

Fairliss, Adams & (aides? Alde?) U.S. Steel

Red Cross nurses' aides preparing surgical bandages

Civilian protection. Nurses' aides and medical corps personnel turn out for drill. These two groups make up the personnel of stretcher bearers, first aid squads, casualty clearance stations, and first aid posts. Both are also assigned to hospital work in a rigorous course of training and hospital experience which is necessary to become members of their groups

Jane Womack models new uniform selected for 100,000 defense volunteers to be trained as nurse's aides by the American Red Cross. The training project, in collaboration with the Office of Civilian Defense, is designed to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because of demand for nurses

Civilian protection. Members of the New York defense forces turn out for drill and demonstration with their rolling equipment. From left to right: nurses' aides and medical personnel, rescue squad, decontamination squad, demolition and clearance crews

Annapolis, Maryland. Rear Admiral Beardall and his aides: Lieutenant Jones (left), and Lieutenant D.K. Martineau (right)

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Miss Thelma Harris, instructor of volunteer nurses aides at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C., gives Miss Maxine Jackson directions on how to fill an ice cap. Miss Jackson is one of the many volunteers now being trained at the hospital

Washington, D.C. High school students working as nurse's aides at emergency hospital

Washington, D.C. High school students who work as nurse's aides at emergency hospital learning to make a bed according to hospital standards

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Volunteer nurses aides help to relieve the shortage in graduate nurses by assisting in the feeding of patients as well as in making beds, giving baths, taking temperatures, pulse, respiration, etc. Photo shows Mrs. Thomas Couch, volunteer nurses aide, feeding patient in men's ward at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C.

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. The call for 100,000 volunteer nurses aides to relieve the acute shortage of graduate nurses is answered by Negro housewives and mothers throughout the country. At Freedmen's Hospital in Washington, D.C. where an eighty-hour training courses has been in progress since last October. Volunteers begin practical training in the central dressing room. Photo shows Mrs. Louis Lucas (left) and Miss Susie Freeman (right) wrapping bandages

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Volunteer nurses aides assist graudate nurses by making and changing beds. Photo taken in women's surgical ward of Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C., showing volunteer nurses aide, Miss Romay Johnson (left) and Mrs. Dora Boston (right) changing bedsheets for patients

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Part of the "uncapped" class taking the volunteer nurses aides course at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. First row, left to right: Mrs. Dora Boston, Mrs. Mattie Sparkman, Mrs. John Gill, Mrs. Mary Garrigher, Mrs. Thomas Couch and Mrs. Ethel Washington; Second row: Mrs. Samontha Dawkins, Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Hattie Lipscomb, Mrs. Zelhonia Applewhite and Mrs. Mary F. Anderson; Third row: Miss Romay Johnson, Mrs. Mary Hobson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Edna Janifer and Mrs. Ruby Lee Bates

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. At Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C., senior aide Beleno is shown entertaining four convalescent infant patients. A regular graduate nurse is relieved from this duty

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. Senior aide Louise Beleno assists staff nurse Vashti Hall in the care of the patients. Nurse Hall is shown holding food cart, while Aide Beleno feeds another patient

Washington, D.C. High school students who work as nurse's aides at emergency hospital learning to make a bed according to hospital standards

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. One phase of training for the volunteer nurses aides at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. Miss Thelma Harris, staff nurse, is shown instructing uncapped students on how to fill hot water bottles and ice caps. Left to right: Miss Florence Jackson, Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Mary Hobson, Mrs. Samontha Dawkins, Miss Thelma Harris and Mrs. Mary F. Anderson

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Part of the class of senior volunteer nurses aides of Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. They received their caps and pins on December 9, 1942, in the first class to graduate from this hospital. First row, left to right: Mr. Gertrude Stone, assistant captain, Mrs. Lynwood Cundiff, Miss Doris Stevenson, Mrs. Arthur Randall, Mrs. Martin Beleno, Mrs. Robert Ming; Second row: Mrs. George M. Johnson, captain, Miss Susie Freeman, Miss Florence Grant and Mrs. Louis Lucas

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. The central dressing room at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C., Mrs. Ethel Washington and Mrs Louise Beleno, senior aide, packing surgical kits as part of work of volunteer nurses aide class. These volunteers help relieve the shortage of graduate nurses

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Mrs. George M. Johnson, captain, instructing volunteer nurses aides in the handling of patients at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. using "Julius Caesar" as dummy patient. Left to right: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Amontha Dawkins, Miss Florence Jackson, Mrs. Mary F. Anderson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Mary Hobson

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Working always under supervision of a graduate nurse or physician, volunteer nurses aides help out in emergency cases. Photo shows Dr. Granville N. Moore and Miss Florence Grant, volunteer nurses aide, attending a patient in the emergency operating room of Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C.

White House Social Aides

White House Social Aides

White House Social Aides

Veteran's Day Ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, President Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr., Military Aides, General Shoup, and Others

Photograph of President Gerald Ford and his Aides Discussing Negotiating Strategy Outdoors, in -20 Degree Weather, for Fear of being Electronically Monitored by Their Russian Hosts

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and First Lady Betty Ford with the White House Social Aides

Jimmy Carter - With aides aboard Air Force One

Jimmy Carter and RC with Social Aides

1-3 Announcement on Civil Rights Plan; 4-9 Jack Watson and Aides; 10-11 National Council of Churches; 12-19 Coal Settlement Meeting

Jimmy Carter - With Military Aides

CONGRESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES

A staff member aides an airman in pulling a 25-pound weight during a fire training exercise at Golden Mall

Aides watch as RDML James R. Sanderson, left, and CAPT Thomas C. Watson Jr., commanding officer, welcome the mayor of Naples for a visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) and for a meal in the officers' mess

LGEN John H. Miller, commanding general, his staff, MGEN Bernard E. Trainer, BGEN Alfred M. Gray Jr. and their aides march into position during a Marine Corps pageant held in the stadium in honor of the 204th Marine Corps birthday. Marching to Miller's right is the guest speaker, Congressman Herbert Harris II

President James E. Carter and Vice-President Walter Mondale walk with their wives and aides at Andrews Air Force Base

Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarek with his military aides during BRIGHT STAR '83, the joint U.S. and Egyptian military training exercise. Exact Date Shot Unknown

General Gustavo Adolfo Alvarez Martinez, chief of the Honduran armed forces, arrives at San Estaban Valley with his aides and bodyguards. Martinez is in the area to observe a parachute drop by Honduran troops during Exercise AHUAS TARA (BIG PINE) II

A special Joint Chiefs of STAFF honor guard, consisting of General (GEN) John W. Vessey Jr., Chairman, front, GEN C. Gabriel, Admiral (ADM) J. Watkins, GEN J. Wickham, GEN P. Kelley, ADM J. Gracey and their aides, marches in the funeral procession for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era, en route to Arlington National Cemetery. They are followed by honorary pallbearers

A special Joint Chiefs of STAFF honor guard, consisting of General (GEN) J. Vessey Jr., Chairman, front, GEN C. Gabriel, Admiral (ADM) J. Watkins, GEN J. Wickham, GEN P. Kelley, ADM J. Gracey, and their aides march in the funeral procession honoring the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era. They are followed by the honorary pallbearers

Plaque for civilian aides to the Secretary of the Army

Spanish Defense Minister Narciso Serr and aides arrive at the airport for the NATO Nuclear Planning Group conference

Admiral (ADM) Leon A. Edney, vice chief of naval operations, hosts Vice Admiral (VADM) Ma Xin Chun, commander of the North Sea Fleet of the People's Republic of China, center right, and aides on their tour of the Pentagon

ADM Leon A. Edney, vice chief of naval operations, hosts VADM Ma Xin Chun, commander of the North Sea Fleet of the People's Republic of China, center right, and aides on their tour of the Pentagon

Vice Admiral (VADM) Igor V. Kasatonov, first deputy commander-in-chief of the Soviet Northern Fleet, along with other Soviet admirals and their aides, welcomes American naval officers aboard the Slava Class Guided Missile Cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV (CG 088). MARSHAL USTINOV, the Guided Missile Destroyer OTLICHNYY (DDG 434) and the Oiler GENRIKH GASANOV are making the first-ever Soviet naval visit to a US military port

An American officer shows a group of Soviet admirals and their aides an SH-60B Sea Hawk helicopter. The Aegis guided missile cruiser USS THOMAS S. GATES (CG 51) and the guided missile frigate USS KAUFFMAN (FFG 59) are making the second goodwill visit to a Soviet port by American warships since World War II

President George H.W. Bush attends a session with Sixth Fleet Commander Vice Admiral James D. Williams (on the President's right), Secretary of State James Baker and aides aboard the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG 26). Bush is visiting the Sixth Fleet flagship prior to his December 2-3 summit meeting with Soviet Chairman Mikhail Gorbachev